Mediafire Changed Completely to Cloud Storage Service

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With great surprise we see that now the most popular File hosting site Mediafire has completely changed, now they have started a service similar to Dropbox. The service was used to share files, videos and music has completely changed its policy to use and now have to be registered to upload files and only the registered user can download.

MediaFire is a cloud storage service that helps people store, organize, and share data via the Internet. MediaFire offers free, secure, and unlimited cloud storage so users can store and share data with their customers, colleagues, friends, and family. MediaFire’s Professional and Business plans offer users additional functionality, like company branding tools, analytics, and multi-seat employee accounts.

Despite being a service like Dropbox are far from reach to begin only give you 200mb for free version, hence you have to pay $9.99 for more space reaching $49.99 giving you 10GB of space and your files will always be in service.

This radical change do so after they closed the website of Megaupload to store copyrighted files, also has made ​​changes to sites like Rapidshare like reducing the speed of downloads to combat piracy but slightly injuring users.

The service has versions for Mac, Windows and Linux creates an icon where you drag the files that you want to upload, also allows us to take screenshots and upload them directly to our account, but as I said, not even close to the ease of use that have Dropbox .

For now no one knows what will happen with the files of people who already uploaded on Mediafire or if you still can or will automatically download Mediafire Express, is expected to rule Mediafire and see if they give a little more space? MediaFire Express installs right to your desktop. Right-click on any file or folder to store it on MediaFire, send it to someone else or make a backup.

Link : MediaFire


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